Then you might give us some orange pekoe and—oh, two chicken sandwiches.
They drank unlimited quantities of orange pekoe, and ate small mountains of toast.
"The condemned man ate a hearty tea of orange pekoe and cress sandwiches," he reflected silently.
Becky ate little cream cakes with fluted crusts, and drank orange pekoe.
Tea gathered exclusively from buds and tips is called "flowery;" if the first young leaf be included, it is "orange pekoe."
The second leaves make the tea called "orange pekoe," while the third leaves produce a grade of tea called simply "pekoe."